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by Geoffrey Beattie

eBook The Shadows of Boxing: Prince Naseem Hamed  Those He Left Behind ePub
Author: Geoffrey Beattie
Language: English
ISBN: 0752849794
ISBN13: 978-0752849799
Publisher: Orion Publishing (June 1, 2003)
Pages: 224
Category: Biographies
Subcategory: Outdoors
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 681
Formats: lrf lit lrf doc
ePub file: 1977 kb
Fb2 file: 1924 kb

The Shadows of Boxing: Prince Naseem Hamed & Those He Left Behind Paperback – June 1, 2003. by. Geoffrey Beattie (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central.

The Shadows of Boxing book. Prince Naseem is the one of most charismatic boxers the sport has ever seen

The Shadows of Boxing book. Prince Naseem is the one of most charismatic boxers the sport has ever seen. From his early days at Brendan Ingle's gym in Wincobank, Sheffield, he fought his way to his first world title in 1995, and is now a household name. The Shadows of Boxing visits Prince Naseem's roots, chronicles the contrasting fortunes of the hard men of Ingle's gym, and looks at how the Hamed fa Prince Naseem is the one of most charismatic boxers the sport has ever seen.

Prince Naseem is the one of most charismatic boxers the sport has ever seen. THE SHADOWS OF BOXING visits Prince Naseem's roots, chronicles the contrasting fortunes of the hard men of Ingle's gym, and looks at how the Hamed family have coped with the incredible pressures of fame. It also features the first major interview with Naz since his defeat at the hands of Marco Antonio Barrera.

He is the author of half a dozen books of fiction and non-fiction. Country of Publication.

item 2 The Shadows of Boxing: Prince Naseem And Those. by Beattie, Geoffrey Paperback. item 3 The shadows of boxing: Prince Naseem and those he left behind by Geoffrey -The shadows of boxing: Prince Naseem and those he left behind by Geoffrey. He is the author of half a dozen books of fiction and non-fiction.

In a boxing triptych, Beattie revisits Prince Naseem's roots, talks through the acrimonious split with Brendan Ingle, and, in Naz's first interview .

In a boxing triptych, Beattie revisits Prince Naseem's roots, talks through the acrimonious split with Brendan Ingle, and, in Naz's first interview following his defeat at the hands of Marco Antonio Barrera, looks at how Naz and the Hamed family have coped with and been changed by fame; he pieces together how the phenomenal success of the Prince was engineered in. that run-down gym in Sheffield and details the psychological cost to all the individuals concerned

U4EA - Can't be bothered getting into a discussion, but I recommend EVERYONE (whether you like him or not) read 'Shadows of Boxing: Prince Naseem and Those He Left Behind'.

U4EA - Can't be bothered getting into a discussion, but I recommend EVERYONE (whether you like him or not) read 'Shadows of Boxing: Prince Naseem and Those He Left Behind'. It's written by the head of psychology at Manchester University - who knew Hamed personally - and spells out in the book that he believed Hamed was a psychopath. U4EA - Can't be bothered getting into a discussion, but I recommend EVERYONE (whether you like him or not) read 'Shadows of Boxing: Prince Naseem and Those He Left Behind'.

The Shadows of Boxing: Prince Naseem and Those He Left Behind, Orion (London, England), 2002. In We Are the People:Journeys through the Heart of Protestant Ulster, Beat-tie again provides a portrait of a city through a series of conversations with ordinary citizens. He finds a people resentful of the compromises London has forged with the northern Catholic populace, a people largely defined by what they oppose and who they dislike.

Prince Naseem and Those He Left Behind’ (Orion). The Shadows of Boxing: Prince Naseem and those he left behind Beattie, G. (2000). He took up boxing to write ‘On the Ropes’, as other more illustrious writers have done in the past. Indeed the first ‘word’ in ‘On the Ropes’ is the noise he made involuntarily when he was punched in the stomach by Mick ‘the Bomb’ Mills. He has trained daily since he was thirteen (the year his father died).

Prince Naseem is the one of most charismatic boxers the sport has ever seen. From his early days at Brendan Ingle's gym in Wincobank, Sheffield, he fought his way to his first world title in 1995, and is now a household name. The Shadows of Boxing visits Prince Naseem's roots, chronicles the contrasting fortunes of the hard men of Ingle's gym, and looks at how the Hamed family have coped with the incredible pressures of fame. It also features the first major interview with Naz since his defeat at the hands of Marco Antonio Barrera.
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